The GFM Institute is an opportunity for the Church to gather and explore topics related to outreach to Muslims.
Our acclaimed guest speakers teach on topics such as Jesus in the Qur’an, the refugee crisis, or understanding the Muslim context.

Check out our archive of past sessions at the end of the page!

UPCOMING EVENTS

Join us on the first Friday of every month from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Dr. S
July 6, 2018

“Aisha and an Enquiry Into the Role of Women”

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Dr. Grant Lovejoy
August 3, 2018

“Helping Muslims Encounter the Truth through Storytelling”

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Dr. A
September 7, 2018

“Debunking Myths About Islam and Building Bridges to the Gospel”

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Mark Dumdei
October 5, 2018

“Love in the Bible and the Qur’an”

KayLyn Hopper
November 2, 2018

“Hello My Muslim Friend: Ways to Start a Conversation with a Muslim”

Dr. A
December 7, 2018

“Stories from the Field: How Muslims are Coming to Know Christ”

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GFM INSTITUTE ARCHIVE

Below is a password-protected archive of our previous GFM Institute speakers.  Please contact us if you would like access to our database of lecturers.

Jay Long  “Do you know how to minister to Muslim refugees in your community?”

KayLyn Hopper “Henna, Hummus, & Hospitality”

Dr. Mark Harlan: “God’s Promise to Ishmael”

Mariya Dostzadah: “Third Culture Muslim Youth in America & Diaspora Communities”

Dr. S: “Using the 99 Names for God in Islam as an Opportunity for Witness.”

Dr. Steven Masood: “Jesus in the Qur’an”

 Tom Doyle: Why This is the Month When Jesus Makes Sense to Muslims.”

Mark Dumdei “For the Love of God: Humanity and God through the eyes of Islam and Christianity.”

KayLyn Hopper “Be Part of the Answer: 10 Ways for the Church to Engage in Ministry to Muslims.” 

Dr. Jeffrey Seif -“Ramadan: Judaism and Christianity on Fasting, Giving Alms, Studying Sacred Literature and Abstaining from Bad Habits.”

Dr. Barri Cae Seif on “Embracing Hagar, the Vision Catcher”

Dr. Kent Parks on “A Biblical, Holistic, Exponential Solution for the Remaining Task”